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MSNBC
Aug 30, 2009 2:00pm EDT
us hope for the people that are disillusioned that they didn't get something done right away. if you look at people like that and say, wow, they accomplished a lot, but it took a long time. >> you talk about health care. as it got toward the end and you watched what was happening in washington. it's still an unresolved story. did it feel like he was really on the verge of seeing his dream realized? >> i think he thought with the election of barack obama, this country was on the verge of seeing so many of his dreams realized, and i think that will be realized. i think a lot has been written about how much his voice has been missed, and i think it has. i think perhaps just his passing will reinvigorate people to get it done. he gave his life to that, but he gave his life to so many things. he saw so much of what he fought for accomplished. >> there's an image from the convention last year. you wiping tears away as your uncle spoke so movingly about what he cared about about health care and forcefully as an advocate of barack obama. it was kind of a good-bye and a long good-bye, but he
NBC
Aug 24, 2009 3:30am EDT
we will be back for "dateline" sunday. i'm an curry, for all of us here at nbc news, good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> this sunday, the fight over health care reform. the president's approval rating fall as opposition to his plan grows. democrats question whether the white house is backing away from a public plan. >> what we said is we think it's a good idea, but we haven't said it's the only aspect. >> can there be a compromise or will democrats try to go it alone. this morning, the debate. we'll hear from both sides of the aisle, senator orrin hatch and senator charles shumer, democrat of new york. selling the plan, has the president lost the pr war and political support? what about the biggest question of all? how will it affect you. joe scarborough and tavis smiley weigh in. finally, the "meet the press" minutes. robert novak, a look back at highlights from his more than 200 appearances on this program over the past 45 years. >>> but, first, in addition to waging political battles at home, he's faced with wars
NBC
Aug 31, 2009 3:30am EDT
>>> that's all for now. i'm ann curry. from all of us here at nbc news, thanks for joining us. >>> from nbc news in washington this is "meet the press" with daefd gregory. >>> this sunday a special edition. remembering senator edward m. kennedy who was laid to rest yeerdaeveng along side his brothers at arlington national cemetery. with us to honor his remarkable life in career and public oice maria shriver, first lady of california and daughter of his sister unince shriver, and kathleen kennedy townsend, the he wouldest child of his brother, robert f. kennedy. two of his closest colleagues in the senate, fellow senator from massachusetts john kerry and chris do of connecticut. plus, democratic strategist bob shurum long-time political advisor to the senator who helped wri his famous speech of the 1980 democratic national convention. >> the work goes on. the causeendures. the hope still lives. and the dream shall never die. >> and presidential historian doris kearns goodwin who author "t fitzgeralds and the kennedys." captions paid for by nbc-iversal television >>> . ♪ ♪ >
NBC
Aug 23, 2009 11:30pm EDT
't think that threat is going to go away. they still plot against us, see us as somebody they want to kill in terms of as many american lives as possible. in that regard, we are focused on executing that mission. >> let's talk about the focus. e commander on the ground is expected to release his report. will he request more troops to fight? >> the assessment will come in in two weeks. his guidance was to come out, put a new team together and tell us how you assess conditions on the ground, take into consideration the president's strategy. he's going to do that. his assessment will come in and not speak specifically to resources. >> senator mccain is saying this morning, it will deal with resources. he'll come back with high, medium and low threat assessments whether you need 15,25 or 45,000 troops. >> the assessment he will submit re won't specifically deal with requirements for additional resources. we'll deal with whatever additional resources might be required subsequent to that. >> the question senator mccain races is he's afraid there's going to be skepticism in the white house and mo
MSNBC
Aug 23, 2009 2:00pm EDT
about the u.s. war there, now entering its ninth year. and in iraq, new threats of sectarian violence after bombers strike inside baghdad's green zone. two men charged with coordinating the u.s. military and diplomatic mission in that region join us now. admiral mike mullen, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. and from afghanistan this morning, our u.s. ambassador, retired lieutenant general, karl eikenberry. welcome to both of you. let me start with you, admiral mullen, on the question of u.s. resolve. this was a poll taken by "the washington post" and abc news this week and these were the results. is the war in afghanistan worth the fight? no, 51%. has american -- have the american people lost that will to fight this war? >> well, i'm a vietnam veteran myself. i'm certainly aware of the criticality of support of the american people for this war, and, in fact, any war. so, certainly, the numbers are of concern. that said, the president's given me and the american military a mission and that focuses on a new strategy, new leadership, and we're moving very much in that direction. i
NBC
Aug 30, 2009 10:00am EDT
his brothers at arlington national cemetery. with us to honor his remarkable life in career and public office maria shriver, first lady of california and daughter of his sister unince shriver, and kathleen kennedy townsend, the he wouldest child of his brother, robert f. kennedy. two of his closest colleagues in the senate, fellow senator from massachusetts john kerry and chris dodd of connecticut. plus, democratic strategist bob shurum long-time political advisor to the senator who helped write his famous speech of the 1980 democratic national convention. >> the work goes on. the cause endures. the hope still lives. and the dream shall never die. >> and presidential historian doris kearns goodwin who authored "the fitzgeralds and the kennedys." captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> . ♪ ♪ >>> friday evening after the moving memorial service in boston, i sat down at the kennedy library with his niece maria shriver, and asked her what the tremendous public outpouring meant to her and her family. >> i think that it's extraordinary. i think driving from hyannis port to bost
NBC
Aug 30, 2009 11:30pm EDT
a calling card to wake us up, not a calling card to take us out. >> how about that. the coast guard called off the massive search effort friday. the very next day a fishermen spotted the missing men 180 miles from the coast. they say it took some effort to get their land legs back. otherwise they're in pretty good shape. >>> california police spent the weekend searching the backyard of the man charged with kidnapping 11-year-old dugard 18 years ago. police and fbi combed through sheds and tents. investigators think he might be linked to other crimes including the murders of several prostitutes. their bodies were dumped in a field where the man once worked. meanwhile a family friend reports that dugard and her two children are making a slow, painful adjustment to normal life. >>> still ahead on news 4 at 11:00, the last writings of ted kennedy. his memoir will now be released even sooner than expected. >>> also, get ready for a wooldown. meteort ogolkchisl bucel that >>> flowe and heartfelt condolences flanked senator ted kennedy's grave today as americans lined up at arlington national cem
NBC
Aug 10, 2009 3:30am EDT
>>. >> that's all for now. curry. for all of us here at nbc news, thank you for joining us. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> this sunday -- the happy homecoming. >> when we walked in through the doors, we saw standing before us president bill clinton. >> now the back story. how the white house and the former president secured the release of two journalists in north korea. did washington pay an unacceptable price, or is this an opportunity for finding a new way forward with the world's most secretive nuclear power? our guest, the man in the middle of it all, the president's national security advisor, general james jones. then the obama economy. >> today we're pointed in the right direction. >> job losses slow, pointing to signs of recovery. but when can we expect to see americans back at work? is the president's stimulus plan reaching the front lines quickly enough? joining us, two big-city mayors, michael bloomberg of new york and cory booker of newark, new jersey, on jobs, housing, and fears of the swine flu hitting th
MSNBC
Aug 9, 2009 2:00pm EDT
>>> this sunday, the happy home coming. >> when we walked through the door, we saw standing before us president bill clinton. now the back story. how the wife former president did washington pay an unacceptable price? or is this an opportunity for finding a new way forward with the world's most secretive nuclear power? our guest in the middle of it all, the national security advisor, general james jones. >>> then, the obama economy. >> today we are pointed in the right direction. >> job losses point to recovery. but when do we expect to see americans back to work? is the government's still must louse plan reaching them quick enough? joining us, michael bloomberg and corey from new year see on job, housing, and fears of the swine flu hitting their cities this fall. finally, congress leaves for the summer and finds heat over health care back home. the politics of health care reform. anchor of krns's street signs, erin burnett, and editor of newsweek magazine, john meacham. >> first, general james jones, welcome back to "meet the press". >> thank you. >> this was the scene played out in los angele
NBC
Aug 30, 2009 10:30am EDT
brotrs at arlington nationa cemete. with us to honoris remarkae li in ceer a public office maria river, first lady of cafornia and daughter o his sist uninceshrive and kathen kennedy tosend,he he wouldest child o his brother, robert f. kennedy. two his clost colleags in the senate, fellow senator fro massachusetts john kerry and chris do of connecticut. plus, democratic strategist bob shurum long-time political advisor to theenat who helpedri his fams speh of the 1980emoctic national convention. >> the work goes on. the cause endus. the hope still lives. d the dream shall never die. >> and psidential historian doris kear goodwin who author he fitzgerds and the kennedys." captions paid foby nbc-universal television >>> ♪ ♪ >>> friday evening after the moving memial svice in boston, i sat down at the kennedy libraryith hisiece ria shver, and asked her what the tremendous public outpouring meant to her a her family. >> i thinkhat it's extrrdinary. i think dving from hyais porto bosto it s so moving to see pple staing along the freeway gathered on bridg, entirefalies, many inars. boys
MSNBC
Aug 3, 2009 2:00am EDT
know, don't trust those of us in the administration. most professional forecasters to expect output growth. now, historically, this is why we are absolutely not complacent. we continue to be very dissatisfied with the way the economy is. historically, increased hiring typically lags increases in output, so it's going to take time before you see it in the unemployment, in the employment staats ibs and we've got to keep pushing. >> i want to return to jobs in just a moment. the question is, when there's recovery in the economy -- one economist this week who's been rather skeptical all asays it's going to feel like a lot like a recession. housing prices down 17% from a year ago. here's the headline in "the new york times" today -- prolonged aid to unemployed is running out. is the administration to this point going to have to extend those unemployment benefits? it's already been extended to a historical level. will there have to be an extension? >> well eel work with congress to make sure that unemployment insurance continues to perform its basic function of protecting the unemployed.
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2009 2:00am EDT
walked in through the doors, we saw standing before us president bill clinton. >> now the back story. how the white house and the former president secured the release of two journalists in north korea. did washington pay an unacceptable price, or is this an opportunity for finding a new way forward with the world's most secretive nuclear power? our guest, the man in the middle of it all, the president's national security advisor, general james jones. then the obama economy. >> today we're pointed in the right direction. >> job losses slow, pointing to signs of recovery. but when can we expect to see americans back at work? is the president's stimulus plan reaching the front lines quickly enough? joining us, two big-city mayors, michael bloomberg of new york and cory booker of newark, new jersey, jobs, housing, and fears of the swine flu hitting their cities this fall. >>> finally, congress leaves for the summer and finds a lot of heat over health re back home. the politics of health care reform and how each side plans to wage the bat this will month. our roundtabl puts it in perspective.
MSNBC
Aug 17, 2009 2:00am EDT
and who did not know us put out something that was mischaracterized and attributed to us by somebody who obviously didn't have enough diligence in their ability to do their research to get their facts straight. these things happen. people get blamed for what other people do. that espouses further aggravation. especially whe you talk about elected officials. people having privilege of a news shows under the license granted by the federal government. they should at least have the adult discipline to get the facts correct. >> are you a member of the tea party coalition -- >> i'm a member of freedomworks who works for many people who fight for and argue on what have of individual inaccuraci inaccuracies, myths in the debate. what dominated this week is the idea of death panels being of the government reform effort. that the government would countenance euthanasia against older americans close to death. uck grassley from iowa who was negotiating health care reform on the senate finance committee said this during an event on wednesday -- >>> a house bill there's counseling for in delight. and
MSNBC
Aug 16, 2009 2:00pm EDT
what does it mean politically for president obama. with us house majority leader republican dick armey, republican senator top coburn of oklahoma, a medical doctor and member of the committee on health, education and pension. former senate majority leader democrat tom daschle. informal adviser to the white house and author of "critical, what we can do about the health care crisis." and rachel maddow, host of msnbc's "the rachel maddow show." plus additional perspectives around the country, charlie rangel of new york, bruce josten, vice president of the chamber of commerce, bill ritter of colorado. >> but first making sense of health care reform for the entire hour, welcome to our panel here. the president wrote this the great debate for america right now. i think what the public also wants is a civil and informative debate, which is what i think we'll have this morning. i want to talk in a few minutes about three major areas of contention in this health care debate." first i want to talk about the anger, fear out there. senator daschle, i want to talk to you. have all of these to
NBC
Aug 3, 2009 3:30am EDT
>>> i'm ap curry, and for all of us here at nbc news, good night. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> this sunday, has the great recession found a bottom? >> we may be seeing the beginning of the end of the recession. but that little comfort, if you're one of the folks who lost their jobs and haven't found another. >> if this is recovery, has the administration misread the stimulus plan's impact on the economy and jobs? and is government playing the most effective role? our guest, the president's top economic adviser, director of the national economic council, larry summers. then the fight over health care -- will the white house prevail? and the president's conversation about race held over a high-profile beer. plus, a special look inside the 2008 race for the white house. now some battles of the campaign are front and center today. we're joined by the authors of the just. published book "the battle for america 2008," dan balz and haynes johnson. and to twormer congressmen, democrat harold ford jr. of tennessee and republican j.c. watts of oklahoma. but first
NBC
Aug 16, 2009 10:00am EDT
. and what does it mean politically for president obama? with us -- former house majority leader republican dick armey, now the head of freedomwork, a major organizer of protesters of town hall meetings. republican senator tom coburn of oklahoma, a member on health, educati education, labor, and pension. former senate majority leader democrat tom daschle, informal advisor to the white house, and author of "critical -- what we can do about the health care crisis". and rachael maddow, host of msnbc's "the rachael maddow show." plus, additional per specificives from around the country. bruce johnson, executive vice president of the chamber of commerce, and democratic governor bill ritter of colorado. >>> but first, making sense of health care reform for the entire hour. welcome to our panel here. you know, the president wrote on the op-ed page is that this is a great debate for america right now. we want a civil and informative debate which is what i think we'll have this morning. i want to talk in a few minutes about three major areas of the health care debate. i want to talk about the anger,
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 11:30pm EDT
in finland. the finish have given us those now famous wife carrying mud soccer. the challenge is simple. who can sit in the sun the longest. they sat in the sauna where the temperature was about 232 degree. gets better. every 30 seconds they poured water on the stones. the winner a fin who steamed for four hours, 36 minutes. >>> we don't like to do this. but we have to. for folks who watch regularly this is the last time you're going to watch steve villanueva. where you going? >> heading back to new york. getting out of the television business. after 15 years of working in tv, time f a change. i'm moving home. my wife's due in december. we're having our first baby. so, you know, it's a new chapter in my life and i'm looking forward to it. my three years here at wrc were fantastic. i loved working here. everyone's been just super nice. it's been a real pleasure. >> folks know you as meteorologist. when i got here, you were one of the first folks who beprefriend me, so thank you. >> class act. >> it's been a pleasure working with you guys. i'm going to miss working here. >> be good. >>> we'll
NBC
Aug 2, 2009 11:30pm EDT
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